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BETTY JO ALLEN • JANE ALLEN • SARAH ALLGOOD 

• LORENE ANDERSON • MARION ANDERSON • 
CLARA BAILEY • JEWELL BARNES • HELEN BAR- 
TON • BETTY SUE BLITCHINGTON • JEAN BOHLER 

• MARGARET BOULINEAU • GRACE BRINKMAN • 
LILLIAN BROOKS • MARY BROWN • BETTY BYRD 

• GLORIA CADLE • EMILY CARSWELL • ALICE 
CARTER • SHANNON CARTER • FRANCES CASEY 

• ETHEL CAUTHEN • MARY CLECKLEY • JENNIE 
SUE CLIATT • BETTY CONNELL • MARY COOK • 
JUNE COVAR • JEANNE CULPEPPER • MARY DAN- 
FORTH • VIRGINIA DANIEL • MARY ANN DANIELS 

• VIRGINIA DAVIS • MARIAN DEAN • BETTY 
DICKS • EVELYN DORN • HELEN DRURY • LILLIAN 
ELSROAD • MARIE GAINES • MARY GARY • 
MARGARET GEER • FRIEDA GILLMAN • BETTY 
GIVENS • RUTH GOODWIN • SARAH GUILLEBEAU 

• BILLIE HALLMAN • ROSEANN HALLMAN • 
GLORIA HAMILTON • MARY MARGARET HAMIL- 
TON • NANCY HARDY • KATHERINE HARLING • 
GERTRUDE HAYNES • ANNE HEINS • BETTY HEN- 
DERSON • EDNA HILDEBRANDT • BETTY HOL- 
LINGSWORTH • NUCIA HURLBUTT • LOUISE IVEY 

• BETTY JACKSON • ELIZABETH JENNY • ANN 
JONES • ANNE KELLY • ANNE KENDRICK • MARY 
ALICE KEY • CAMILLA KING • MARY EVE KITCH- 
ENS • BERTHA LEE • LILLIAN LEMMONS • MERLE 
LEWIS • JEAN LICHTENSTEIN • CORA LINCUL • 
CORINNE LINCUL • GLORIA LIVINGSTON • DORO- 
THEA LONAS • DOROTHY LUKE • EDDIE LEE LUKE 



THUMASlNb McCUY • HVbLYN McKlE • MARGA- 
ET McI^B BJ H* LOUISE McNEELY • MERRILLYN 
1ARST< BH8 ELIZABETH MERRITT • GRAYCE 
lETZG'dHB/ERA MIDDLETON • KATHERINE 
IITCHEJ^BICAROLYN MOBLEY • HELEN MULLI- 
AN • JUDITH MUNDY • MARY LILLIAN ODOM • 
1ARY OELLERICH • DOROTHY PARKER • CAROLYN 
EEBLES • MARJORIE PETERSEN • HELEN PHIL- 
IPS • SARAH PLANE • HILDA POPKIN • MARY 
RICE • RUTH READ • ESTELLE REESE • EDNA 
OBERTS • RUTH ROBERTSON • RUTH JUNE 
OSIER • GEORLEEN SALE • MILDRED SHARPE 

MARGARET SHEARER • AUDREY SHERWOOD • 
EORGIA ALICE SHIELDS • JANE SILVER • DORIS 
IMS • BARBARA SKINNER • LEONA JANE SLUSKY 

EMILY SMITH • EVELYN SMITH • CAROLYN 
TALLINGS • LENASTAVRO • MARY ALICE STRAT- 
COS • MARY STRINGER • DOROTHY STROTIiER 



UBMRY USE OfiLY 



REESE LIBRARY 
Augusta College 



Augusta, Georgia 



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UANITA WISE 



j ELEANOR 
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THE 1942 




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THE YEARBOOK 

Published by the Student Body of 

TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

NANCY HARDY, Editor-in-Chief 
BETTY JACKSON, Business Manager 




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The staff of the 1942 Maids and A 
Man dedicates this volume in token 
of our love for her as a teacher, our 
admiration for her as a scholar, and 
our devotion to her as a leader. 




In constructing this yearbook we have attempted to pic- 
ture our activities at Tubman High School during the 
school year 1941-1942 and to confine fragments of the elu- 
sive Tubman spirit into a book of pleasant memories with 
what measure of success the pages following will indicate. 



CONTENTS 



THE SCHOOL 

FACULTY • CLASSES 

ACTIVITIES 

CLUBS • ORGANIZATIONS • SPORTS 

FEATURES 

SUPERLATIVES • POETASTERS • SNAPS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



FACULTY • CLASSES • FRESHMAN • SOPHOMORE • JUNIOR 

• SENIOR • ENGLISH • LATIN • FRENCH • SPANISH • ARITH- 
METIC • GENERAL MATHEMATICS • ALGEBRA • PLANE GEOMETRY 

• INDUSTRIAL GEOGRAPHY • GENERAL SCIENCE • CHEMISTRY • 
BIOLOGY • COOKING • SEWING • MUSIC • CIVICS • ECONOMICS 

OCCUPATIONAL rrTTVTr~Jy>fcirT F HISTrv&Y • AMERICAN 



HISTORY 

- BUSINESS PI3 

FACULTY 

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METIC • GEn| 

INDUSTRI/i" 
BIOLOGY • CO( 



TYPEWRITING 
L EDUCATION 
• JUNIOR 
ARITH- 
£ GEOMETRY 
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CIVICS • ECONOMICS 

• OCCUPATIONAL GUIDANCE "WHS'li I STOR Y • AMERICAN 
HISTORY • BOOKKEEPING • STENOGRAPHY • TYPEWRITING 

• BUSINESS PRACTICE • HEALTH • PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
FACULTY • CLASSES • FRESHMAN • SOPHOMORE • JUNIOR 

• SENIOR • ENGLISH • LATIN • FRENCH • SPANISH • ARITH- 
METIC • GENERAL MATHEMATICS • ALGEBRA • PLANE GEOMETRY 

• INDUSTRIAL GEOGRAPHY • GENERAL SCIENCE • CHEMISTRY • 
BIOLOGY • COOKING • SEWING • MUSIC • CIVICS • ECONOMICS 

• OCCUPATIONAL GUIDANCE • WORLD HISTORY • AMERICAN 
HISTORY • BOOKKEEPING • STENOGRAPHY • TYPEWRITING 

• BUSINESS PRACTICE • HEALTH • PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
FACULTY • CLASSES • FRESHMAN • SOPHOMORE • JUNIOR 

• SENIOR • ENGLISH • LATIN • FRENCH • SPANISH • ARITH- 



OCCUPATIONAL GUIDANCE • WORLD HISTORY • AMERICAN 
HISTORY • BOOKKEEPING • STENOGRAPHY • TYPEWRITING 
• BUSINESS PRACTICE • HEALTH • PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



CLASSES 



FRESHMAN 



SOPHOMORE 



ENGLISH • LATIN • FRENCH • SPANISH 





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MR. T. H. GARRETT 
Principal 



Mr. Garrett, who has been Principal of 
Tubman High School for thirty-nine years, 
has done outstanding work as principal of 
a girls' high school that has held a unique 
place among secondary schools. In addi- 
tion to his prominence in educational cir- 
cles. Mr. Garrett has carried a large share 
of the responsibility and deserves much of 
the credit for civic improvements that have 
come to Augusta during his time. Mr. 
Garrett is Chairman of the Board of Dea- 
cons of the First Baptist Church, and he i i 
a past District Governor of the Rotary Club. 
He is well known and highly esteemed 
throughout the state. 



Math teachers. MISS EUGENIA 
HUTTO. B.A. Wesleyan College . . . 
MISS SARA FULLBRIGHT. B.A. 
Agnes Scott College: M.A. Emory 
University . . . MISS AMABEL 
LANSDELL, B.A. Bessie Tift Col- 
lege . . . MISS SUSIE LANGFORD. 
B.A. Vanderbilt University . . . MISS 
MARY GILLILAND, B.A. Con 
College . . . MISS BERTHA CARS- 
WELL. B.A. Shorter College. 







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MISS A. DOROTHY HAINS 
Assistant Principal 



Miss Hains is known as "Miss Dora" to the 
hundreds of girls who have been her pupils 
and friends during the forty years that she 
has been at Tubman, first as a teacher of 
Latin and later as Assistant Principal, the 
position that she now holds. Miss Hains 
ably devotes her time to all civic activities. 
She was among the originators of the Girls' 
Center. She is President of the Girls' 
Center; retiring District Governor of the 
Eighth District of the Quota Club; and 
Chairman of the Woman's Division of 
Civilian Defense for Richmond County. 





Science teachers. MISS EMILY 
STELLING. B.S. University of Geor- 
gia .. . MISS ALICE SUMERAU. 
B.S. Georgia State College for Wo- 
men . . . MISS MARIE HULBERT. 
B.S. University of Georgia: MA 
Duke University. 



Commercial teachers. MISS MIL- 
DRED von KAMP. B.A. Bowling 
Green College of Commerce . . . 
MISS MARY EVANS, B.S. Wmthrop 
College . . . MISS ORALEE KINl', 
B.S. Winthrop College . . . MISS 
EDNA ROGERS. B.S. University of 
Georgia. 




MISS LOUISE VERDEL. 
Health. A.B.J. University 
of Georgia. 



MISS MARY G. JONES. 
History. B.A. Furman 
University. 




MRS. MARGARET V. WHITE, Home Eco- 
nomics, B.A. University of Georgia . . . 
MISS EUGENIA THOMPSON, Home Eco- 
nomics, Georgia State College for Women 
. . . MISS MARCIA CLARK, Home Eco- 
nomics, University Diploma, Mechanics 
Institute of Rochester . . . MISS DOROTHY 
HALBERT. Music, B.Mus., Syracuse Uni- 
versity. 



Language teachers, MISS RUTH McAULIFFE, 
Latin, B.A. Agnes Scott College; M.A. Univer- 
f North Carolina . . . MISS VIRGINIA 
VIDETTO. B.A. Georgia State College for Wo- 
men: M.A. University of Georgia . . . MISS 
ELEANOR BEARDEN, B.A. Georgia State Col- 
lar Women . . . MISS MARY MILLER, B.A. 
Woman's College of University of North Caro- 
lina. 



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Reading clockwise around the page: MISS JANE PAQUETTE, Phy- 
sical Education, B.S.P.E. University of Georgia . . . MISS ELIZA- 
BETH BRISENDINE, Physical Education, B.S.P.E. University of 
Georgia . . . MISS EDITH NACHMAN, Industrial Geography, Civics, 
Economics, Ph.B. University of Chicago . . . MISS RUTH HILL, 
Librarian, B.A. Georgia State College for Women; B.L.S. George 
Peabody College for Teachers . . . MISS BELLE WALKER, Civics, 
B.A. Agnes Scott College . . . MISS MARY BALK, Secretary . . . 
MISS LORA PEARCE, Occupational Guidance, Ph.B. University of 
Chicago; M.Ed. Duke University . . . MISS RUTH KIMBROUGH. 
B.Mus. Converse College. 







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History teachers. MISS GRACE STRAUSS. B.A. Uni- 
versity of Georgia: M.A. Columbia University . . . 
MISS ELEANOR BOATWRIGHT. B.S. Columbia Uni- 
versity; M.A. Duke University . . . MISS MARY 
MILES, B.A. University of Georgia. 



English teachers. MRS. FLORA C. THOMPSON, B.S. 
Georgia State College for Women; M.A. Columbia 
University . . . MISS BEULAH MAE FENDER. B.A. 
University of Georgia . . . MISS ANN BRADDY. B.A. 
Converse College; M.A. University of North Carolina 
. . . MISS MABEL BYRD. B.A. Greenville Woman's 
College: Ph.B. Denison University . . . MISS BETTY 
JONES, B.A. University of North Carolina . . . MISS 
SARAH NORRIS, A.B.J. University of Georgia . . . 
MISS GERTRUDE COMEY. B.L. Smith College. M.A. 
Columbia University . . . MISS JUANITA LUCKEY, 
B.A. University of Georgia. 











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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



BERTHA LEE 
ANNE KENDRICK 
MARY CLECKLEY 
MISS EMILY STELLING 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Sponsor 



ANNE KENDRICK 



MARY CLECKLEY 



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BETTY JO ALLEN 
Modern Language Course 

JANE ALLEN 
Modern Language Course 

LORENE ANDERSON 
General Course 

MARION LEE ANDERSON 
Modern Language Course 

CLARA BAILEY 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

FRANCES JEWELL BARNES 
Modern Language Course 

HELEN BARTON 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

MARGARET BETHUNE 
General Course (June. 1943) 

BETTY SUE BLITCHINGTON 
Modern Language Course 

MARGARET BOULINEAU 
Classical Course 







LILLIAN KATHRYN BROOKS 
Modern Language Course 

MARY BROWN 
General Course 

BETTY BYRD 
Modern Language Course 

GLORIA CADLE 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

EMILY CARSWELL 
Classical Course 

HILDA CARSWELL 
Classical Course (June 1943) 

ALICE ELIZABETH CARTER 
Modern Language Course 

SHANNON CARTER 
Modern Language Course 

FRANCES ELIZABETH CASEY 
Commercial Course 

ETHEL CAUTHEN 
Commercial Course 












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MARY CLECKLEY 
Classical Course 

JENNIE SUE CLIATT 
Modern Language Course 

BETTY CONNELL 
General Course 

JUNE CLAIRE COVAR 
Modern Language Course 



JEANNE SEVELLE CULPEPPER 
Modern Language Course 

MARY DANFORTH 
Commercial Course 

VIRGINIA DANIEL 
Commercial Course 

MARY ANN DANIELS 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

VIRGINIA DAVIS 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

MARIAN LEE DEAN 
Modern Language Course 







ELIZABETH ANN DICKS 
Modern Language Course 

HELEN ELIZABETH DRURY 
Modern Language Course 

LILLIAN ELSROAD 
Commercial Course 

MARY FRANCES GARY 
Classical Course 

MARGARET GEER 
Modern Language Course 

FRIEDA GILLMAN 
Modern Language Course 



BETTY LOUISE GIVENS 
Modern Language Course 

RUTH ANN GOODWIN 
Commercial Course 

SARAH GUILLEBEAU 
Commercial Course 

SELITA ANN GULLEDGE 
Modern Language Course (February. 1943) 













BILLIE HALLMAN 
Classical Course 

GLCRIA HAMILTON 
Classical Course 

MARY MARGARET HAMILTON 
Classical Course 

NANCY HARDY 
Classical Course 




KATHERINE REBECCA HARLING 
Modern Language Course 

GERTRUDE HAYNES 
Classical Course 

ANNE HEINS 
Classical Course 

BETTY HENDERSON 
Modern Language Course 

EDNA HILDEBRANDT 
Modern Language Course 

MARTHA ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH 
Modern Language Course 






NUCIA HURLBUTT 
Modern Language Course 

LOUISE IVEY 
Classical Course 

BETTY JACKSON 
Classical Course 

MARIAN JANSEN 
Modern Language Course (February. 1943) 

BARBARA JEKEL 
Modern Language Course (February. 1943) 

ELIZABETH JENNY 
Modern Language Course 

BETTY JOHNSON 
Classical Course (February. 1943) 

ANN JONES 
Modern Language Course 

GEORGIA ANNE KELLY 
Classical Course 

ANNE KENDRICK 
Commercial Course 






















MARY ALICE KEY 
Classical Course 

ESTHER CAMILLA KING 
Classical Course 

MARY EVE KITCHENS 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

CATHERINE LaROCHE 
Modern Language Course (February. 1943) 



BERTHA LEE 
Classical Course 

LILLIAN LEMMONS 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

MERLE JOY LEWIS 
Commercial Course 

JEAN SHIRLEY LICHTENSTEIN 
Modern Language Course 

CORA LILLIAN LINCUL 
Commercial Course 

CORINNE NETA LINCUL 
Commercial Course 







GLORIA ELIZABETH LIVINGSTCN 
Modern Language Course 

DOROTHEA LONAS 
Classical Course 

DOROTHY LUKE 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

EDDIE LEE LUKE 
Classical Course 

THOMASINE McCOY 
Classical Course 

CATHERINE McGOWAN 
Classical Course 



EVELYN McKIE 
Modern Language Course 

MARGARET McNAIR 
Modern Language Course 

LOUISE McNEELY 
Commercial Course 

MERRILLYN MARSTON 
Modern Language Course 








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CLIFFORD ELIZABETH MERRITT 
Commercial Course 

GRAYCE METZGER 
Modern Language Course 

VERA MIDDLETON 
Modern Language Course 

KATHERINE RUTH MITCHELL 
Modern Language Course 

CAROLYN MOBLEY 
Classical Course 

HELEN ANN MULLIGAN 
Modern Language Course 

JUDITH MUNDY 
Modern Language Course 

MARY LILLIAN ODOM 
Commercial Course 

MARY ELIZABETH OELLERICH 
Modern Language Course 

DOROTHY PARKER 
Classical Course 







CAROLYN EUCLID PEEBLES 
Commercial Course 

MARJORIE PETERSEN 
Modern Language Course 

HELEN PHILLIPS 
Commercial Course 

EVELYN PIERCE 
General Course (February, 1943) 

SARAH PLANE 
Classical Course 

HILDA RAY POPKIN 
Modern Language Course 

MARY EVELYN PRICE 
Classical Course 

RUTH DAWN READ 
Modern Language Course 

ESTELLE LOUISE REESE 
Commercial Course 

MARY EDNA ROBERTS 
Commercial Course 































RUTH ROBERTSON 
Classical Course 

RUTH JUNE ROSIER 
Modern Language Course 

GEORLEEN SALE 
Modern Language Course 

MILDRED SHARPE 
Mi idem Language Course 



AUDREY SHERWOOD 
Commercial Course 

GEORGIA ALICE SHIELDS 
Classical Course 

JANE MARION SILVER 
Classical Course 

DORIS SIMS 
Classical Course 

BARBARA SKINNER 
Classical Course 

ELLEN SLIGH 
Modern Language Course (February. 1943) 




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LEONA JANE SLUSKY 
Classical Course 

EMILY GORDON SMITH 
Modern Language Course 

EVELYN SMITH 
Commercial Course 

CAROLYN STALLINGS 
General Course 

MARY ALICE STRATACOS 
Classical Course 

MARY ELIZABETH STRINGER 
Classical Course 



DOROTHY CLAIRE STROTHER 
Commercial Course 

SARAH STULB 
Classical Course 

ALLENE ELIZABETH SUMNER 
Commercial Course 

MARY ALICE THOMPSON 
Commercial Course 
















MARGUERITE TOOLE 
Classical Course 

CLAIRE VAWTER 
Commercial Course 

VIRGINIA RUTH VERNELSON 
Commercial Course 

JOAN ELIZABETH von SPRECKEN 
Modern Language Course 

MARGARET ELIZABETH WALKER 
Commercial Course 

FRANCES WARREN 
Modern Language Course 

IRIS WESTBROOK 
Modern Language Course 

DOROTHY WHITLEY 
Classical Course 

MARY WILLIAMS 
Modern Language Course 

RUTH DAPHIN WILSON 
Commercial Course 

JUANITA WISE 
Diversified Cooperative Training 

MAMIE WONG 
Classical Course 

ROSE WOO 
Modern Language Course 







EMILY SHEFTALL . 





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OFFICERS 



President 



ROSLYN DANIEL _.___.. Vice-President 
NORMA HUDSON Secretary 



CLASS ROLL 

Mary Ackles 

Mary Agee 

Ruth Amos 

Betty Anchors 

Vallusia Anchors 







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Ann Andrews. Viola Ansley. Edna Anthony. Gwendolyn Ashe. Laura Aycock. Dorothy Baker, Nell 
Barber. Eleanor Beeland. Julia Boggus. Mae Claire Bradley. Sue Buchanan, Georgianne Bugg, 
Ernestine Bull. Leilou Caldwell, Doris Cartledge. Barbara Cato, Anne Claussen. Bunny Cloud, 
Nettielee Cole, Barbara Anne Collier, Freida Cook, Judy Cooper, Betty Creech, Mary Roslyn Daniel, 
Shirley Dantzler. 
































Anna Darling, Mildred Davidson, Virginia Dixon. Florence Dolinsky, Elinor Dozier. Faye Duna- 
way, Marylyn Luke Durden, Frances Elliott, Polly Jo Evans, Mary Lay Ewing, Dorothy Fallow. 
Marie Louise Flint, Evelyn Foster, Elizabeth Freeman, Kathryne Gardner. Billie Gay, Margie Gibbs. 
Dorothy Carolyn Gillman, Leah Rose Glasser. Louise Glover, Gem Goode, Mildred Madelyn Good- 
win, Mary Goodwin, Frances Gordon, Margaret Grammer. 



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Audrey Green, Margie Hadden. Doris Hardy, Pat Harth, Jean Elizabeth 
Harvley, Carmen Haynes, Harriet Hazard, Margaret Ann Heaton. Doris 
Hodges, Doris Holland, Doris Holley, Dorothy Holley, Jewelle Irene Howard, 
Norma Hudson. Helen Huff, Margaret James, Vera Johnson, Sara Natalie 
Jolles, Blanche Jones, Harriette Madeline Kahrs. 






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Anne Kelly, Margaret Kelly, Mary Kendrick, Carolyn Kerr, Mary King, 
Mae Belle Koger, Mary Carolyn Lange, Kathryn Langley, Anne Lazenby, 
Lou Ella Lee, Hazel Logan, Margaret Lynch, Lillian Lynn, Quay McCall, 
Donna McCoy, Jean McGahee, Susan McKagen, Meara McKie, Mary Pearl 
Meyer, Carolyne O'Neal Morgan. 



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Dorothy Morgan. Ruby Murray, Sarah Newsome, Katherine Norvell. Annette O'Neal. Merrie Over- 
street. Betty Owens. Dorothy Parr, Joanne Paschal. Frances Piatt, Rachel Poss, Martha Nell Pugh, 
Gladys Renew, Evelyn Rhodes. Genevieve Rice, Martha Robins, Joelle Rush. Clara Margaret Rushing, 
Katherine Russell, Sara Sanders, Ruth Sawilowsky, Maxine Shapiro, Emily Sheftall, Barbera Shep- 
pard. Bobbie Smith. 



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Hilda Smith, Ruth Hill Smith, Vera Smith, Dean Sumerau, Marianne Sweat, Mary TeBow. Dorothy 
Terry, Christine Thompson. Dorothy Thompson, Elizabeth Thurmond. Miriam Timmons. Grace 
Toole, Jean Tucker, Willa Belle Waddey, Suzanne Wade, Mary Walden, Eleanor Watkins, June 
Whittenberg. Martha Wienges. Elaine Wiggins, Harriett Wofford, Christina Yates, Carolyn Young, 
Marion Young, Mildred Young. 



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LOWER 
CLASSES 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 

PEGGY DAVIDSON-- ...President 

BETTY BOARDMAN ......Vice-President 

SUZANNE HARDY... Secretary 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 
OFFICERS 

JEANNE SATCHER ..President 

CECILE CAVE .Vice-President 

EMILY EDWARDS Secretary 




SOPHOMORE Al 



Sophomore Al. First row. left to right: Alameda 
Wilson. Mary Todd. Barbara Buck. Ann Doche, 
Marceline Tice. Lillian Stevens. Agatha Spires — 
Second row: Edith Parrish. Fancheon Kirby. Caro- 
lyn Broome. Frances Barnes. Laurie Milligan. An- 
tounette Blanchard. Frances Dorn. Gloria Boat- 
wright — Third row: Ann Heffernan. Edith Chavous, 
Annell Bennett, Barbara Redish, Lucille Usry, 
Miriam Everett. Mary Louise Jennings. Joyce 
Gleason — Not in picture: Mildred Bailey. Mary 
Ellen Cheeks. La Verne Dyal. Mildred Gaddy. 
Blanche Hensley. Madeline Howard. Ann Ingram. 
Louise Menger. Edith Miller, Kate Screws. Dolores 
Waddey. 



fOPKOMORE A2 



Sophomore A2. First row. left to right: Margaret 
Reeves. Joyce Price, Dorothy Perry. Edna Lanier. 
Mildred Wright, Georgia Carter. Margie Ov 
Eula Lanier. Beverly Dozier, Peggy Davidson — 
Second row: Mary Chase von Sprecken, Anne Cave. 
Viola Ann Cook, Betty Nance. Betty Boardman. 
Avonell Parkerson. Martha Graves, Marilyn Brit- 
ton, Shirley Welensky. Lulyanne Seigler — Third 
row: Miriam Patterson. Margaret Counts. L< 
Morgan, Betty Middleton. Marion Hogan, Anne 
Rose, Mary Hennies, Mary Ellen Welch. Mary Jane 
Hutton. Lillian Wong — Not in picture: Frankie 
Corley. 





SOPHOMORE A3 



Sophomore A3. First row, left to right: June Durden, Lea Gold- 
berg, Hilda Chambers, Mary Ellis Jones, Anne Philpot, Louise 
Gray — Second row: Gloria Lackman, Helen Eubanks, Helen Aida 
Eubanks, Elizabeth Wong, Mildred Burke, Harriette Connell, Eva 
Sue Johnson — Third row: Adrienne Tompkins, Helene Collie, 
Claudine Allen, Theresa Dowd, Doris Hardin, Juanita Coffield — 
Fourth row: Peggy Bassing, Georgia Johnson, Martha Rheney, 
Betty Washington, Barbara Poole, Anne Farriba — Fifth row: 
Billie Daniels, Elmo Fields, Dorothy Story, Cornelia Grimaud, 
Betty Howell, Mary Adams — Not in picture: Gloria Brisbin. 



SOPHOMORES 




SOPHOMORE B 



Sophomore A4. First row, left to right: Beulah Howard, Patricia Mathewson, Helen Carr, Elizabeth Johnson, 
Joyce Akins, Alice Tudor — Second row: Florence Pearson, Betty Jo Crout, Margie Woodward, Mary Helen 
Timmerman, Martha Grobe, Kathleen Hamilton, Betty Faulkner, Dorothy Jackson — Third row: Pauline Dixon, 
Ruth Beckum, Carolyn Bland, Wilma Radford, Dorris McManus, Mary Rupert, Mary Ellen Bailey — Fourth row: 
Eloise Hodges, Constance Van Pelt, Joanne Thompson, Eleanor Hall, Elmo Bland, Hazel Blair, Dorothy 
Johnson — Not in picture: Virginia Etheridge, Kathleen Mobley, Ruth Lever. 

Sophomore A5. First row, left to right: Dorothy Smalley, Mary Smaragdis, Adele Farr, DeLys Davenport, Mary 
Walker, Betsy Meadows, Kaliope Gavalas — Second row: Dorothy Williams. OUie Mae Goddman, Mary Manuel, 
Mildred Anderson, Betty Hendrix, Mary Lena Burgess, Zelda Pittman, Louise Canady — Third row: Maxine 
McCall, Marian Whittle, Josephine Potter, Carolyn Maul din, Barbara Davis, Belly Dunaway, Joyce Williams, 
Margaret McKie, Katherine Gordon, Bernice Whaley — Not in picture: June Berryman, Virginia Martin, Julia 
Parks. 

Sophomore B. First row, left to right: Dorothy Morris, Sally Bussey, Ullainee Drawdy, Vivian Hains, Virginia 
May, Mary Merritt — Second row: Nancy Hull, Mary Barrett, Mary Ama Matheny, Ettie Jane Stanford, Shirley 
Koger, Marilyn Guerry — Third row: Suzanne Hardy, Martha Boatwright, Anna Maxwell, Delores Broderick, 
Bessie Woll'c, Julia Swancy — Fourth row: Frances Gunter, Sara Belle Slusky, Agnes Burdashaw, Ann Ballard, 
Betty Lauthner, Fay Dora Bradley, Margie Carstarphen — Not in picture: Joyce Hale. 



SOPHOMORES 




SOPHOMORE C1-C2 



Sophomore C1-C2. First row, left to right: Ruth Johnso 
Greene, Norma Thomas, Dorothy Higginbotham., Jewe 
Elizabeth McKellar, Mildred Lum, Betty Smitherman. J 
McKeown, Sara Miller, Olivia Hardeman, Gloria Willin 
Fay Grammer. Katie Home, Helen Wood, Doris Hagin. 
Thompson, Betty Lee Quinn — Fourth row: Beverly Bol 
Loyce Seott. Katherine Smith. Jewell Pereyra, Margare 
lingsworth, Carrie Bell McKellar — Not in picture: Mar 
tricia Dowling, Margaret Hatcher, Helen Hollins, Bett 
Thelma Masters, Betty Odum. Lucille Sills, Gloria Sm 
Frances Young, Frances DeLong. 



n, Marian Wright. Mary Rhoades, Thelma Griner, Mary 
Russi \ s;nes Welch — Second row: Ruth Dike, 

ean Griffin. Elizabeth Graves, Jewell Eubanks, Dorothy 
gham — Thud row: Jeanette Lonergan, Myrtis Luguire, 
Hazel Barrett. Martina Allen. Juanita Baxter. Elease 
es, Elizabeth Willingham. Bcrnice Berman, Phyllis Lang, 
t Gregory. Bernice Davis. Andrienna Hartley. Marie Hol- 
Byrd. Dorothy Clark. Dorothy Cosnahan. Pa- 
y Jones. Ruth Langdon. Jewel Lewis, Margie Martin, 
ith, Dorothy Sorrow, Doris Sorrow, Laverne Storey. 



Sophomore C4-C5-CS. First row. left to right: 
Gloria Mills. Betty Allgood. Betty Patterson, 
Anne Scott, Elvira Smith. Peggy Powell. Billic 
Lever— Second row: Katherine Collier, Cath- 
erine Ivey. Ellen Stephens. Dorothy Broome, 
Bernice Campbell. Frances Wolfe. Frances 
McAllaney. Mildred Lewis, Helen Klaren. 
Goldie Keilholtz, Jimmie Norris — Third row: 
Mary Powell, Vixean Garrison, Betty Rosa- 
mond, Andrina Murphy. Zola Eidson. Doris 
Greene, Rosalie Pendleton, Nellie Black. Ava- 
dine Holton. Mary Anne Price. Edith Utley. 
Helen Frierson — Fourth row: Mary Renew, 
Ann Patterson, Ruth Welch. Inez Anderson, 
Elizabeth Beneteau, Dorothy Meads, Elsie 
Kitchens. Jewel Quarles, Margaret Hughes. 
Doris Lemmon. Belle Fallaw, Martha Stur- 
man. Evelyn Sammons — Fifth row: Florence 
Holmes. Mildred Patrick, Dolly Harp, Doro- 
thy Montgomery. Jean Blanos, Mary Home, 
La Verne Farris, Evelyn Curry, Thelma Col- 
ley, Juanita Sizemore. Jewel Ford. Sara 
Morris. Helen Montgomery — Not in picture: 
Mary Ethel McGahee. Margaret Henderson, 
Evelyn Hitt, Vivian Robinson, Mary Baber, 
Esther Burrum, Agnes Chumley. Jewel 
Crouch, Sarah Haywood, Vivian Hensley, 
Margaret Ivey. Louise Little, Juanita Ma- 
loney. Robbie Raburn, Dorothy Whaley, Sara 
Wright. 





SOPHOMORE C4-C5-C6 




SOPHOMORE C3 



Sophomore C3. First row. left to right: Joyce Walden, Helen John- 
son, Dorothy Ashe, Laverne Inglett, Elsie Newsome, Agnes Ogle- 
tree — Second row: Eunice Ogletree, Dorothy Parks. Lenora Wilson, 
Annie Morris, Mildred Cato, Marie Knotts. Helen Hadden. Wanda 
Clingempeel — Third row: Gaynelle Dennis, Mary Dorothy Wilson, 
Belle Wood. Ruth Jordan. Ann Pearre, Margaret Parris — Fourth row: 
Gloria Rachels, Willie Mae Reynolds, Barbara Denton. Patsy Young. 
Carolyn Havird, Dorothy Cartledge — Not in picture: Helen Cannady, 
Mary McKeown. Imogene Nunn. 



SOPHOMORES 




FRESHMAN" Al-B 



Freshman Al-B. First row, left to right: Para Lee Barber, Barbara Jean Covar, Grace Eubanks, 
Mary Ellen Goodwin, Mary Bertlett. Patricia Sample. Marcella Mitchell, Linda Bailey, Betty 
Lee Cameron, Carolyn Gardner. June Rhodes, Bebe Wheeler — Second row: Lois Foster, Elsie 
Palmer, Betty Jean Turner, Virginia Trapnell, Margie Wren, Betty Nelson, Sally Thompson, 
Mary Jo Ammons, Maude Ella Purkall, Constance Murphy, Dorothy Myers, Marv Alice Cooper 
— Third row: Willie Lee Howard, Anne Moore, Frank Mays, Betty Nesbit, Betty Phinizy, 
Sarah Jane Farlow, Mary Louise Dunbar, Emily Edwards, Shirley Michael, Anna Olive. Jean 
Guill, Ethel Stone. Nancy Louise Williams. Eugenia Toole, Erlyn Devaney, Wilma Pittman — 
Fourth row: Betty Powell. Edith Rhodes, Mary Nell Pardue, Mary Louise Crouch. Mary Alice 
Rhodes, Betty Buchanan. Peggy Duckett. Nancy Ewing, Julia Hildebrandt, Elsie Collins, 
Blanche Conselyea, Betty Anderson — Fifth row: Joyce King, Betty Thompson, Jean Thrash. 
Virginia Peel, Barbara Prather. Mary Frances O'Hara. Hilda Kahrs, Anna Willis Haynie, Bet 
ty Burns. Lorena Lewis. Helen Bikas, GeraldineJohnson — Not in picture: Mildred Bradley, Liki 
Lee Smith. 




ADVICE TO FRESHMEN 

Don't dress like the Seniors, 

They are not so neat. 
Their sloppy sweaters 
it be beat. 



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If teacher's mad 
You better fear it. 

Perhaps she'll give you 
One demerit. 





FRESHMAN A2-A3 



Freshman A2-A3. First row, left to right: Elizabeth Corley, Betty Woodward, Arline Home, 
Delores King, Juanita Weaver, Frances Welch, Betty Snelling, Edna Smith, Margaret Prickett, 
Christine Heard, Dorothy McKie, Fay Johnson — Second row: Jeanne Brooker, Dorothy Harrison, 
Dorothy Lewis, Mary Emma Corley, Anne Kendrick, Marjorie Carpenter, Rose Mary Russell, 
Betty Jane Hoyt, Sara Steinberg, Beverly Thrash, Imogene Hammond. Anna Marie La Roche — 
Third row: Evelyn Woo, Jeannine Brown, Zulene Josey, Thelma Barron, Mary Stallings, 
Yvonne Stowell, Priscilla Copland, Martha Tucker, Maytrel Radford. Martha McGowan, Vivian 
Cook, Naomi Wall, Melba Utley, Cecile Cave, Dot Almond — Fourth row: Marion Whitman, June 
Kennedy, Polly Pate, Joyce Escue, Kathryn Fiske. Edith Jones, Betty George. Lillian Bailey, 
Lillian Weathersbee, Juanita Simmons. Daphine Snellgrove, Nora Davis. Mary Ann Foster, 
Betty Gilliland, Pauline Joe — Fifth row: Elizabeth Patterson, Sarah Trimmier, Doris Crosby, 
Jane Rubenstein, Phyllis Sleister, Barbara Smith, Annette Bassing. Martha Diane. Viola James. 
Betty Poss, Peggy McArthur, Cathryn Tudor. Anne Krewson, Betty McGahee — Not in picture: 
Toby Daitch, Victorine Johnson. 







To school \ ou'd better 

Accelers 
You'll be sorry 

if \ ou are late. 



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FRESHMAN C2-C3 



Freshman C2-C3. First row. left to right: Jeanne Satcher. Peggy Heath. Betty Cobb. Edna 
Hasty, Montyne Davidson. Hazel Ivey. Sara Key, Frances Harman. Billie Fell. Betty Bell, Mary 
Cadden. June Allen. Lois Sims, Elizabeth Jones, Bowdre Dye. Corrinne Durham. Frances Cain 
— Second row: Martha Goldman. Lois Brawner. Louise Chance. Gladys Taylor, Daisy Phelps, 
Fay Hewett, Ethel Jones, Rita Glover, Mary Patterson, Doris McGinty, Ruby James, Olivia 
Wolfe, Vera Autrey, Eileen Vance, Josie Mae Tudor — Third row: Virginia Newman, Helen 
Watkins, Jean Barrett, Mary Bohler. Helen Garnto. Marion Hall, Deryl Templeton. Ann Gra- 
ham, Charlotte Smith. Barbara Landrum, Ruby Hartley, Velma Bessinger, Helen Coursey, 
Lillie Lee Toole; — Fourth row: Marjorie Saxon, Ruth Crosby. Margaret Jones, Eloise Radford. 
Mary Goings. Betty Scarborough. Ellender Wilson, Carolyn Lively, Louise Phillips, Ann Parks. 
Doris Gaines, Nova Cunningham, Martha Hagin. Vera Gregory — Not in picture: Vera Blood- 
worth, Margie Bowen, Eileen Cumbee, Ruth Scott, Evelyn Jane Reese. 





Try to practice 
Self control 

Don't ignore 
Student patrol. 



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Don't eat in the building. 
That's good advice. 

Don't leave crumbs 
For ants and mice. 





FRESHMAN Cl-A-i 



Freshman C1-A4. First row, left to right: Mon Hong Loo, Dorothy Jue, Jean Williams, Mary 
Moore, Constance King, Billie June Long, Ernestine Rowe, Georgia Woodward, Katie Young- 
blood, Shellie Garnto, Ruth Holliman, Betty Sue Moore — Second row: Helen Acree, Theresa 
Christie, Margaret Wylds, Joyce Freeman, Audrey Chambers, Sarah Speering, Ann Tighe, Mar- 
jorie Adams, Marie Bryan, Dorothy Bowick, Dorothy Hett, Lucille McClain, Rosemary Ward. 
Velma Abney — Third row: Clara Kendrick, Mary Ellen Pratt, Louise Griggs, Jewell Kelley. 
Jeannette Large, Frances Still, Dorothy Rhoden, Barbara Thodes, Juanita Shepherd, Marianna 
Walters, May Mertins, Sara Farmer, Eleanor Scoggins, Sadie Dyches — Fourth row: Doris 
Brown, Martha Shirley, Mary Eubanks, Dorothy Jeffcoat, Jacquelyn Hammack, Opal Mc- 
Necly, Eugenia Powell, Mathie Leah Rosier, Lila Mae Maddox, Frankie Bennett, Annette Pop- 
kin, Dotsie Walls — Not in picture: Jeannette Duncan, Bcrnice Johnson, Marie Storino. 



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Freshman C4-C5. First row, left to right: Melba Watkins, Lily Woo, Eunice Evans, Dorothy 
Hughes. Marv Creech, Lena Pearre, Betty Wolfe, Madelyn Mustain, Juanita Lewis— Second 
row: Peggy Clark. Mary Joiner. Dorothy Hall, Rosa Lee Tucker, Sarah Ivey, Betty Bennett, 
Mary Tiller. Martha Hobbs. Dorothy Culpepper. Lorna Gipson. Calax Waddey, Elsie Scott- 
Third row: Rheda Jones. Betty Herndon. Martha Bull. Evelyn Sanders, Catherine Griffin. 
Frankie Stephens. Beulah Green, Margaret Oates, Roxie Newsome, Annie Laurie Hillman, 
Juanita Covington. Rosalyn Phillips— Fourth row: Lillie Greene, Carolyn Cosnahan, Claudia 
Bannister, Earline Wren. Betty McAlhaney, Ruth Mosley, Frances Carter. Barbara Paul. Vir- 
ginia Cadle. Patricia Perkins, Doris Dilegge— Fifth row: Catherine Reynolds, Barbara Ray. 
Mary Cole, Orena Isdell. Louise Arnett. Betty Whitley. Helen McKinney. Elaine McCormick. 
Virginia Stokes, Viola Blackstone. Lorraine Chavous— Not in picture: Kathleen Gantt. Joyce 
Brassell, May Leona Porter. 




Don't hide your pranks 

Behind your b 
It's not the place 

To mend your looks. 



If you want 

To study all day. 
Xobody cares 

If you never play. 





FRESHMAN C6-C7-C8 



Freshman C6-C7-C8. First row, left to right: Carolyn Wong, Edna Koss. Doris Rhoades. Betty 
Carpenter, Rose Byers, Hazel Frierson, Sarah Taylor, Elizabeth Murphy — Second row: Dorothy 
Redmon, Mildred Woodward, Jimmie Anderson, Ruth Stevens, Alice Steed. Louise Beale. 
Frankic Clark, Helen Palmer, Bernice Chavous— Third row: Mary Anne Atwell, Helen Tharpe. 
Vera Pate. Gloria Pearre, Mary Price, Vallie Doolittle, Carolyn King. Helen Logan. Virginia 
Whitley, Elizabeth Fletcher, Lillie May Hamilton — Fourth row: Dorothy Weir. Opalee Sellers. 
Hazel Pennington. Kathleen McCarthy, Miriam Thompson, Mary McCann, Betty Kennedy, Betty 
Agee, Eugenia Arnett, Marjorie Stalling, Margaret Braun, Mary Reynolds— Fifth row: Frances 
Dreyer, Bernice Tankersley, Joyce Howard, Geneva Cook, Nancy Sorrow. La Verne Cave, Doro- 
thy Scully, Erline Grover, Lorine Brannen, Betty Bussell, Joan Carroll, Frances Rollins — Sixth 
row: Nellie La Grone, Josephine Benson, Willie Mae Davis, Martha Phelps. Mary Sue Tread- 
well. Betty McManus, Betty Kelly, Nellie Sue Wills, Ruth Smith, Kathleen Etterlee. Almeda 
Diamond, Margaret Higginbotham — Not in picture: Ella Mae Anthony. Evelyn Hathaway. 
Ellen Powell, Juanita Sanders, Stella Vonadore, Helen Wilson. Betty Johnikin, Betty Redd, 
Katherine Buck, Wynona Cave, Carolyn Gay, Evelyn Hobbs, Mary Magdeline Miller. Annie 
Mae Smith. Mary Betty Tudor. 



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MAIDS 



AND A 



NANCY HARDY 

Faculty Adviser 
MISS ANN BRADDY 

Assistant Faculty Advisers 
MISS AMABEL LANSDELL, Business 
MISS RUTH HILL, Sale of Annuals 
MISS MARY EVANS. Pictures 



BETTY JACKSON 



NANCY HARDY.... Editor 

BERTHA LEE ... Assistant Editor 

BETTY JACKSON Business Manager 

GLORIA LIVINGSTON.. Asst. Bus. Mgr. 
GLORIA HAMILTON Literary Editor 

MARGUERITE TOOLE Asst. Literary Editor 
RUTH READ Sports Editor 

VERA MIDDLETON Class Editor 

JEWELL BARNES Asst. Class Editor 

GEORGIA ALICE SHIELDS Club Editor 
MARY CLECKLEY Asst. Club Editor 

ANNE KELLY Sales Editor 

ANNE KENDRICK Asst. Sales Editor 




SENIOR MEMBERS 

Gloria Hamilton. Jewell Barnes. Bertha Lee, Mary Cleckley, Georgia Alice Shields. 
Anne Kendrick, Vera Middleton, Ruth Read, Marguerite Toole. Anne Kelly. Gloria 
Livingston. 



MAM 



STAFF 



Maids and a Man tells the story of our activities as 
a staff better than the editors could tell it. The 
trials that attended the construction of even such 
a simple book as this one quickly became pleasant 
memories as the annual began to take shape. Our 
layouts are familiar to you, Tubman girl for whom 
this yearbook was made, and we have identified 
them sufficiently for you to recognize them many 
years from now when your memory will require 
a bit of coaxing to recall them. We have not 
numbered these pages for we hope that you will 
never need that mechanical aid in finding yourself, 
your friends, your favorite teachers, and your 
special activities as herein pictured. 





SOPHOMORE MEMBERS 

Ullainee Drawdy, Sally Bussey, Martina 
Allen, Mary Barrett, Betty Boardman, 
Anna Maxwell. 



JUNIOR MEMBERS 
Leah Rose Glasser, Leilou Caldwell, Har- 
riet Hazard, Norma Hudson, Polly Jo 
Evans, Mary Agee. 





CLIATT. HILDEBRANDT. STELLING. LEE. HEINS. IVEY. 



A GROUP 

NUCIA HURLBUTT 
JENNIE SUE CLIATT 
GLORIA LIVINGSTON 
EDNA HILDEBRANDT 

B GROUP 

MARGUERITE TOOLE 
BERTHA LEE 
LOUISE IVEY 
ANNE HEINS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 




CAMERA 
CLUB 



MISS EMILY STELLING 
Faculty Adviser 




TOOLE 

This year the Camera Club was divided into 
two groups. The members of both groups 
have enjoyed movies, hikes, bicycle rides, and 
other activities. This year we bought an en- 
larger. We develop, print, and enlarge our 
snaps in the Chemistry lab. 



THE CAMERA CLUB ENJOYS MR. HATCHER S 
MOVIES 



A BICYCLE PICNIC 



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TUEMA 




JENNIE SUE CLIATT 
Editor 




Tubman Times was published monthly for six months during 1941-42. The 
staff included members from the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior 
classes. Staff organization gave responsibility for each page to a page editor 
and her reporters. 

Faculty Advisers 

MISS MARY JONES 
MISS SARA FULLBRIGHT 
MISS GERTRUDE COMEY 



LOUISE McNEELY 
Business Manager 



SARAH STULB 
Managing Editor 





BUSINESS STAFF 

Seated: FRANCES ELLIOTT. Ad 
Solicitor. EDNA HILDEBRANDT. 
Advertising Manager. MARY JANE 
HUTTO. Ad Solicitor. Standing: 
HELEN MULLIGAN. Ad Solicitor. 
ERNESTINE BULL. Financial Man- 
ager. LEONA JANE SLUSKY. Ad- 
vertising Manager. Not in picture: 
VIVIAN HAINS. Circulating Mana- 
ger. GENE GOODE. Advertising 
Solicitor. MARY ODOM. Tvpist. 
HELEN PHILLIPS. Tvpist. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Seated: DEAN SUMERAU, Rep 
ANNE HEINS. Sports Editor. 
LOUISE IVEY. Sports Writer. PEG- 
GY DAVIDSON'. Reporter, Stand- 
in?: JUNE WHITTENBURG, Feat- 
u-e Editor. MARGIE CARSTAR- 
PHEN. Spoils Writer, HARRIETTE 
KAHRS. Feature Editor. EMILY 
SHEFTALL. News Editor. MILDRED 
SHARPE. Columnist. EMILY CARS- 
WF.LL. Columnist. MARY OELLE- 
RICH, Editor Editorial Page, KATH- 
ERINE RUSSELL, Featuri V. 
Not in picture: MF.ARA MeKII 
Editor. MARGIE PETERSEN. 
umnist, ANNE KELLY, MARTHA 
NELL PUGH, SUZANNE HARDY, 
MARY LOUISE DUNBAR, EMILY 
EDWARDS, Reporters. BETTY LU 
4ERON, Typist, GENEVIEVE 
RICE. Feature Writer. 



GLEE CLUB 




MISS DOROTHY HALBERT 
Director 



First row: Mary Merritt, Martha Grobe, La- 
Verne Inglett, Hilda Carswell. Second row: 
Elmo Fields. Jeanne McGahee, Margie Gibbs, 
Sara Belle Slusky. Third row: Mary Helen 
Timmerman. Norma Hudson. Virginia Dixon. 
Margaret Boulineau. Fourth row: Mary Sue 
Treadwell. Agnes Burdashaw, Leona Jam- 
Slusky. Marion Anderson. Fifth row: Mary 
Margaret Hamilton. Joanne von Sprecken, 
Dorothy Cartledge, Opal McNeely. Sixth 
row: Allene Blumke. 



LEONA JANE SLUSKY 
FREIDA COOK 
HILDA CARSWELL 
NORMA HUDSON 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



This year the Glee Club became an a capella choir. 
During the Christmas season, it sang carols at the 
Municipal Auditorium and at Tubman. For its 
spring program it sang special numbers at evening 
services in several churches in Augusta. At the 
end of the year, the Glee Club enjoyed its banquet. 





DRAM 




MISS ANN BRADDY 
Director 

LEAH ROSE GLASSER 
President 

MARY CLECKLEY 
Vice-President 

HARRIET HAZARD 
Treasurer 



The Dramatic Club chose for its spring production 
THE FRENCH MAID AND THE PHONOGRAPH, 
a play well-known to high school audiences. In 
the scenes pictured, Mollie Green (Sally Bussey) 
is showing Gladys and Pauline (Grace Toole and 
Martha Nell Pugh) how well her sister's maid 
(Katherine Norvell) speaks French. 
In the other scene, Madam Renard (Nancy Hardy) 
is selling the phonograph to Flossie (Harriet 
Hazard) while Lotta Ayres (Gloria Hamilton) and 
Mrs. Green (Mary Lay Ewing) look on. 
Just as important as the actors to the success of 
our play are the girls who set the stage and gath- 
ered the props. They are Bertha Lee, Maguerite 
Toole, Jennie Sue Cliatt, Martha Weinges, Mar- 
garet Grammer, Emily Sheftall, and Joelle Rush. 





STUDEMT 



s ESlO* s 



The purpose of the Student Council is 
to develop an appreciation of honesty, 
to foster sentiments of law and order, 
to promote the interests of the school, 
and to aid in the administration of the 
school. 

This year the Student Council has vigor- 
ously promoted National Defense work 
undertaken by the school. 

Miss Carswell. Roslyn Daniel, Suzanne 
Hardy, and Allene Sumner attended the 
Georgia Association of Student Govern- 
ment which met in Brunswick in March. 
We are putting into effect at Tubman 
many of the ideas that they gained at 
the convention. 



ALLENE SUMNER 
President Student Government 

BETTY JACKSON 
Captain Student Patrol 



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STUDENT PATROL GOES ON DUTY 




GOVERNMENT 



MISS BERTHA CARSWELL 
Faculty Adviser 



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SENIORS: Marjorie Petersen, Marguerite Toole, 
Jewell Barnes, Elizabeth Merritt, Evelyn McKie. 
JUNIORS: Seated, Roslyn Daniel, Dorothy Thomp- 
son, Annette O'Neal. Standing, Janelle Maloney, 
Anne Kelly, Judy Cooper, Jean Tucker, Elizabeth 
Thurmond, Ernestine Bull. 



SOPHOMORES: Seated, Martina Allen, Sally Bussey, 
Louise Morgan. Standing, Suzanne Hardy, Margaret 
McKie, Barbara Redish, LaVerne Story, Adrienne 
Tompkins. 

FRESHMEN: Seated, Mary Anne Atwell, Rosalyn Phil- 
lips Martha Hagin. Standing, Opal McNeeiy, Lila 
Smith, Kathryne Fiske, Annie Laurie Hillman, Cecile 
Cave. 



CHANGING CLASSES 




STUDENT PATROL 

First row: Louise Ivey, Mary 
Agee, Jennie Sue Cliatt, 
Dorothy Strother, Bertha 
Lee, Anne Kelly. Second 
row: Margaret Geer, Leah 
Rose Glasser, Margaret Kel- 
ly, Jean McGahee, Betty 
Lauthner. Mary Cleckley. 
Third row: Vera Middleton, 
Mary Kendrick, Elaine Wig- 
gins, Blanche Jones, Miriam 
Timmons, Jean Harvley, 
Maxine Shapiro. Fourth 
row: Betty Jackson, Dean 
Sumerau, Judy Cooper, 
Sarah Stulb, Norma Hudson, 
Evelyn McKie. Fifth row: 
Katherine Harling, Sue 
Wade. Margaret Anne Heat- 
en. Fiances Warren. Barbara 
Anne Collier. Margaret 
Lynch. Emily Sheftall. Sixth 
row: Margaret Grammer, 
Marv Ackles. Nancy Hardy. 
Freida Cook, Marguerite 
Toole. Edna Hildebrandt 
Dorothy Morgan. 




LATIN CLUB 



MISS RUTH McAULIFFE 
Facutly Adviser 



MARGUERITE TOOLE 
President 

CAMILLA KING 
Treasurer 

NANCY HARDY 
Program Chairman 



The Latin Club, composed of all senior Latin 
students, meets every other week at the school. 
The primary objective of the club is to study in- 
formally myths and stories relative to and serving 
as a background for Virgil's Aeneid and Ovid*s 
Metamorphoses; however, the programs are not 
wholly devoted to mythology. 




First row: Thomasine McCoy. Margaret Boulineau, Mary Price. Gloria Hamilton. Second row: Bertha Lee, Mary 
Cleckley. Sarah Stulb, Marguerite Toole. Third row: Georgia Alice Shields. Louise Ivey, Mary Alice Key. Anne 
Kelly. Man,' Alice Stratacos. Camilla King. Fourth row: Dorothea Lonas, Leona Jane Slusky, Emily Carswell, 
Nancy Hardy, Anne Heins, Mary Margaret Hamilton. 



FRENCH CLUB 




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First row: Edna Hildebrandt, Mildred Sharpe. 
Second row: Alice Carter, Miss Videtto, Gloria 
Livingston. 




MISS VIRGINIA VIDETTO 
Faculty Adviser 



GLORIA LIVINGSTON 
President 

ALICE CARTER 
Vice-President 

MILDRED SHARPE 
Secretary 

EDNA HILDEBRANDT 
Treasurer 



The French Club is made up of students in 
Senior French who maintain an average of 
eighty or more. The club meets every three 
weeks at the homes of members where they 
enjoy French games and songs. The pur- 
pose of the club is to give the student more 
knowledge of the manners and customs of 
the French people so that she will have a 
background that will enable her to appreciate 
French Literature. 







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Sitting: Mary Oellerich, Jean 
Lichtenstein, Betty Dicks. Stand- 
ing: Joanne von Sprecken, Jennie 
Sue Cliatt. 




Betty Hollingsworth. Betty Jo 
Allen. Emily Smith. Marion An- 
derson. Ruth June Rosier, Betty 
Givens. 






IttCLUB 



MISS MARY MILLER 
Faculty Adviser 

BETTY JACKSON 
President 

BETTY DICKS 
Vice-President 

MILDRED SHARPE 
Secretary 

NUCIA HURLBUTT 
Treasurer 




P.. ii. Jackson, Mildred Sharpc. Miss 
Miller. Betty Dicks. Nucia Hurlbutl. 



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First row: Sarah Allgood, 
Emilv Smith, Alice Carter. 
Standing: Betty Dicks. Ruth 
June Rosier, Marion Ander- 
son. Betty Hollingsworth. 



up. 



Jeanne Culpepper. Helen 
Mulligan. Betty Jo Allen, 
Jennie Sue CHatt, Lillian 
Brooks. Gloria Livingston. 
Joanne von Spreckcn, Jean 
Litchtenstein. 



In order to learn more about our 
Latin American neighbors, the 
Spanish Club has affiliated with the 
International Pan-American Organ- 
ization. At our business meetings, 
we have improved our knowledge 
of South America: while at our so- 
cial meetings, we have enjoyed 
Spanish entertainments which we 
found instructive and delightful. 




Katherine Harling, Johnnie Mae Hatcher, Ins Wi I k, Frieda Gillman, 

Allen, Merrillyn Marston, Margaret Geer, Frances Warren. 



HOME ECONOMICS 



Faculty Advisers 

MISS MARCIA CLARK, MRS. MARGARET WHITE 

MISS EUGENIA THOMPSON 



ANNETTE BASSING.. 
PEGGY McARTHUR.. 
JANE RUBENSTEIN.. 



President 

Vice-President 

..Secretary and Treasurer 



VIRGINIA ETHERIDGE, PAULINE DIXON, JOANNE THOMPSON 
Executive Committee 

The aim of the Home Economics Club is to provide opportunities for per- 
sonal development of the members, for services to the school and community, 
and for active participation in improving home and family living. Our ac- 
tivities for this year included National Defense programs and Red Cross 
projects, a fashion show, and a tea for our parents. We sent delegates to the 
State Home Economics Convention held in Atlanta in March. 





First row: Betty Woodward, Edna Smith, Hazel Ivey, 
Jean Salcher, Dorothy Weir. Second row: Harriette Con- 
nell, Nellie Lagtone, Ethel Jones, Margaret Jones. Third 
row: Maytrel Radford, Jcannine Brown, Nova Cunning- 
ham, Cathryn Tudor, Fay Grammer, Fourth row: Mar- 
jorie Carpenter, Daphne Snellgrove, Juanita Simmons. 
Corrine Durham, Edna Hasty. Fifth row: Ruby James. 
Lois Sims, June Allen, Mary Ellen Goodwin, Barbara 
Landrum. Sixth row: Lillian Weathersbee, Ruby Hart- 
ley. Billie Fell, Louise Beale, Eloise Radford, Catherine 
Griffin. Seventh row: Alice Collins, Lillian Bailey, 
Frances Welch. Margaret Wiley, Annie Laurie Hillman. 



First row: Nora Davis. Betty McGahee, Betty Snelhng. 
Frances Drever. Second row: Sara Trimmier. Cecile 
Cave, Marv Ann Foster, Sara Key, Lorraine Chavous. 
Third row': Betty Jean Turner. Shirley Michael. Iris 
Whitman. Betty Bennett. Anne Krewson. Fourth row: 
Mary McCann.' June Kennedy. Phyllis Sliester, Viola 
James. Fifth row: Betty Poss. Edith Chavous, Jane 
Rubenstein. Betty Kennedy. Betty Dunaway. Sixth 
row: Virginia Etheridge. Betty McManus. Gloria Pearre. 
Peggy McArthur . Seventh row: Sara Steinberg. An- 
nette Bassing, Anne Cave, Joanne Thompson, Pauline 
Dixon. 




First row: Jean Tucker. Mary Merritt, Virginia May. 
Margy Owens. Helen Eubanks. Second row: Miss 
Mary Webb. Adviser, Harriette Conncll, Martha 
Grobe, Margaret Henniss, Mildred Wright. Mary- 
Chase von Sprecken. Third row: Virginia Dixon. 
Mary TeBow. Margaret Boulineau, Judith Mundv. 
B. J. Allen, Sarah Wright, Edna Hildebrandt. Rufh 
June Rosier. 



GIRL 
RESERVE 



BETTY JO ALLEN President 

MARY JANE HUTTO Vice-President 
JEAN TUCKER Secretary 

EDNA HILDEBRANDT Treasurer 



The Girl Reserves, junior members of 
the Y. W. C. A., start the year with a 
membership tea at which new mem- 
bers register. At the weekly meet- 
ings, invited speakers bring ideas on 
World Affairs, Friendship. Personali- 
ty, and Etiquette. The girls study 
handicraft, take camping trips, and 
enjoy many stimulating activities. 




MISS JUANITA LUCKEY 
Faculty Adviser 

MARTHA NELL PUGH 
Chairman 

BETTY NANCE 
Associate Chairman 

BILLY GAY 
Secretary-Treasurer 



PLEDGE OF MEMBERSHIP 

We believe in service for others, in health of 
mind and body to fit us for better service, and 
in worldwide friendship. For this reason we 
have joined the American Junior Red Cross. 
We will help to make its work successful in 
our school and community, and will work to- 
gether with members everywhere in our own 
and other lands. 




HA^CE 



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Sitting: Sara Jane Far low, 
Rita Glover, Hazel Ivey, Bet- 
ty Lee Quinn. Standing: 
Miriam Patterson, Goldie 
Keilholtz, Juanita Sizemore, 
Kathleen McCarty, Mary 
Ann Atwell, Rosalyn Phil- 
lips, Willie Mae Reynolds. 




Sitting: Mary Barren. Belly Thomp- 
son. Mary Louise Jennings. Margaret 
Beeland, Gene\ ieve Rice, Jane Allen. 
Mar; Cleckley. Standing: Carolyn 
Peebles, Margaret Meade, Christina 
Yales. Margaret McKie. 




1ETY 



MR. T. HARRY GARRETT MISS A. DOROTHY HAINS 

MISS MABEL BYRD MISS GERTRUDE COMEY 

MISS BELLE WALKER 

Faculty Advisers 



FIRST TERM OFFICERS 



EMILY CARSWELL... 
JENNIE SUE CLIATT 
GLORIA HAMILTON. 



President 



Vice-President 
Secretary 
MISS GERTRUDE COMEY Treasurer 

SECOND TERM OFFICERS 



DOROTHEA LONAS 
EMILY SHEFTALL 
LEAH ROSE GLASSER 
MISS GERTRUDE COMEY 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 




HAMILTON 



CARSWELL 




The Tubman Chapter of the National 
Honor Society was organized in the 
spring of 1940. 

Membership is based on qualities of 
leadership, scholarship, character, and 
service. Members must maintain a 
scholastic average of eighty-five or 
above in every subject during each year. 
Juniors and Seniors are eligible for ac- 
tive membership in the society. 
Membership in the National Honor So- 
ciety of Secondary Schools is a signal 
honor as the society rates for high 
schools as Phi Beta Kappa does for col- 
leges. 

JUNIOR MEMBERS 



SENIOR MEMBERS 

Senior members: First row. Gloria Hamilton. Allene 
Sumner. Bertha Lee. Second row. Mary Cleckley, 
Leona Jane Slusky, Margaret Boulineau, Marv Oellerich. 
Third row: Dorothea Lonas, Marguerite Toole. Nancy 
Hardy. Emily Carswell. Jennie Sue Cliatt. Not in pic- 
ture. Marjorie Petersen. 

Junior members: First row, Leah Rose Glasser. Martha 
Nell Pugh. Harriette Kahrs. Second row, Christina 
Yates. Emily Sheftall. Anne Kelly. Natalie Jolles. Third 
row. Elinor Dozier. Margaret Grammer, Dean Sumerau, 
Polly Jo Evans, Pat Harth, Marie Louise Flint. 




ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION! 

MISS ELIZABETH BRISENDINE 

MISS JANE PAQUETTE 
Faculty Advisers 



RUTH READ 
ROSLYN DANIEL 
MARTHA WEINGES 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary- 



Athletic Council: First row, Nancy Hardy, Margue- 
rite Toole, Bertha Lee, Frank Mays. Second row, 
Martha Weinges. Ruth Read. Roslyn Daniel. Geor- 
gia Alice Shields, Cecile Cave. Third row, Martha 
Graves, Betty Howell. Dorothy Thompson. Har- 
riette Kahrs, Margie Carstarphen Fourth row, 
Joyce Escue, Gene Goode, Anne Cave, Peggy Bas- 
sing. Not in picture. Dorothy McKie. 




DANIEL SHOOTS A GOAL 



JUNIOR VOLLEY BALL 




TOOLE AND LEE 



AIM FOR BULL'- 




SPORTS 



MORE JUNIOR VOLLEY BALL 





JUNIOR RING TENNIS 



TEAM 



There was strong competition between the intra- 
mural teams this year. The volley ball tourna- 
ment was the first event of the season. Although 
the seniors(with the vetei-ans Ruth Read and Selita 
Gulledge on their team) were favored to win the 
tournament, the juniors downed all opponents 
with the precision of their team work and walked 
off with top honors. The annual Faculty-Senior 
volley ball game closed the season. The faculty, 
under the leadership of their captain. Miss Edna 
Rogers, strove valiently. but they suffered defeat. 



LICHTENSTEIN RETURNS READ'S SERVE 




MORE 



VALLUSIA SNAGS A HIGH ONE — JUMP FOR IT — GOODE PASSES THE BALL 



For the first time in the history of Tubman, the 
Athletic Council sponsored a ping-pong tourna- 
ment. Sixty-two enthusiastic ping-pongers bat- 
tled for the championship which was easily won 
by Jean Lichtenstcin. who was seroiusly threat- 
ened only by Selita Gulledge. runner-up. 

The ring tennis tournament ended with a champ- 
ionship game between the seniors and the juniors 
with the juniors victorious. 

Ground-Sticks— ground-sticks--ground-sticks-ball! 
became familiar words to the more sturdy Tubman 
athletes during the hockey season. There was 
interest in this lusty sport which was played at 
Tubman for the first time in three years. The 
final game, played between the Reds and Blues, 
ended in a 1 - 1 tie that was still unbroken even 
after an extra period had been given to the attempt 
to break the tie. 



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Another new sport at Tubman this year was Ar- 
chery. It was limited to the members of the 
Athletic Council because we lacked equipment, 
but we expect to form an archery club next year. 

The juniors won the basket ball tournament, an 
easy victory since the seniors had to default be- 
cause of an insufficient number of players. 

As the annual goes to press we are making pre- 
parations for soft ball and tennis tournaments. 
We have had a successful year and we are looking 
forward to an even more successful one next 
year. 




DAVIDSON MIDDLETON GOODE READ 



WAR 




WORK... 




COUNTERCLOCKWISE .... 

On December eighth Tubman hears 
President Roosevelt's address to the na- 
tion .... Anne, Patricia, and Betty sal- 
vage bottle tops, paper, and coat hangers 
for defense .... Camilla and Mary Alice 
sort old paper .... Junior B's knit be- 
fore class begins .... Jimmie Lee knits 
while Erline tells her the latest news 
.... Leilou works on a muffler .... 
Sarah points out her square in the quilt 
the Senior B's made for the British War 
Relief Society .... Merrie and Annette 
sell Defense Stamps. 









Jennie Sue in one of her more 
pensive moods. 



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SNAPS Of SENIORS 




Mary Alice OBrian, Dorothy 
McClure. Eva DeWitt. and 
Palsy Ingle, who joined the 
Senior Class the last term be- 
fore graduation. 



SUPERLATIVES • LEADERSHIP • POPULARITY • SCHOLARSHIP 
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SUPERLATIVES • LEADERSHIP • POPULARITY • SCHOLARSHIP • 
DEPENDABILITY • ATHLETICS • SPORTSMANSHIP • STYLE AND 
BEAUTY • WHILE WE WORK • THE POETASTERS • WHILE WE PLAY 
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To be chosen by popular vote of the Senior 
Class as a representative girl is one of the 
highest honors that can be won at Tubman. 
On the following pages MAIDS AND A 
MAN proudly presents the nine girls who 
by gualities of leadership, personality, 
and ability have been named the Senior 
Superlatives. 



The Settings (or Senior Superlatives were 
graciously furnished by Mrs. Lansing B. Lee. 




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COUNTERCLOCKWISE .... 

The hardest of all ... . EXAMS! .... Latin 
huddle with Leona Jane calling signals .... 
Just three minutes out for a Fire Drill .... 
Speed test in a class in typing .... 




WE WORK... 




One of the better days in Biology Lab — 
no frogs! .... And in Chemistry Lab — 
no smells! .... We learn to cook .... and to 
sew .... and we go to the Library when we 
have a free period. 



POETASTERS . . . 



WISTARIA 

Through my window 

Comes the scent of new wistaria, 

Heavy and fragrant in the darkness — 

The still darkness. 

And I know 

That on the shining morrow 

It will swing 

In heavy grape-like clusters, 

Jostled by the breeze, 

And drop its satin petals 

On the spring grass. 

Suppose .... 

The beggar with his saddened eyes, 

The iron politician (and his smile) 

The schoolgirl, dreaming. 

The men across the sea, behind the guns — 

Suppose that in a precious moment they would suddenly 

Discover new-blooming wistaria, 

Hanging like a flowered gown from a tree. 

And giving its perfume to the night. 

Then would the beggar bear the sight of his own face? 

The politician reek with lies? 

The schoolgirl lend her spite? 

The warrior deal the death-blow? 

HARRIETTE KAHRS '43 

SENIOR B's 

There are seniors in Room 24 

Whose spirits continually soar 

They think they are bright 

(We can't tell it on sight) 

But the rest of the seniors, they bore. 

ANON. 



FADS 

They make red paste, tomato shade, 

To draw some different lips 

And all the girls who don't indulge 

Are promptly labeled drips. 

A red ring 'round the mouth is fine. 

But anyone who'd dare 

To draw a red ring 'round the nose 

Would be called "Not all there!" 

They put on layers of dark red paint 

To accent finger nails. 

Stork Club, Bravo, or Chilibean 

Will make the teachers quail. 

And fingernails are ornaments 

Instead of things to use. 

They grow long and sharp-pointed 

So they can scratch and bruise. 

A sweet custom, the friendship ring, 

We all have them galore. 

Girls wear a heavy silver band 

Or two or three or four. 

True friends exchange their rings one day 

Next day they have a fight, 

And all the rings in kingdom come 

Will never set it right. 

The fads that people will adopt 

Are usually quite queer: 

They seem so clever when they're new 

Why are they drab next year? 

LEAH ROSE GLASSER '43 



SUNSET 1942 



SONG 



Blood-red against the measureless horizon 

Topping purple clouds massed like distant mountains 

The sun sets. All grows ominous — then dark. 

A war plane — grim reminder of terror and death — 

Glides into the deepening dusk; 

Shattering the stillness with deep-throated roar. 

Long-smoldering hate burns pity from the hearts of men; 

Will it close our eyes to the sunset? 

And will those who come after us see it again 

And seeing it as if for the first time 

Will they call it their own discovery 

And find it their assurance of continued peace? 

BETTY JACKSON '42 

THE GODDESS OF WISDOM 

Her temples gone, her time of glory past 
Here stands Athena, deity of yore, 
Majestic, though a crumbling statue, cast 
To be a symbol at a high school dooc. 

A thousand years ago her shrines were filled 
With pilgrims eager for her sacred word; 
But now, ignored, her reigning power stilled. 
She watches hundreds pass and stands unheard. 

Perhaps, when carelessly some student jars 
Her pedestal, too lightly speaks her name, 
She calls a curse upon that one who mars 
By lack of reverence, her ancient fame. 

Or, it may be, this wisest one forgives 
Reflecting that while yet a school remains. 
And while one poet, artist, scholar lives 
Though none acknowledge her, Athena reigns. 



I have a castle 
Rich and old 
Where lovely thoughts 
I keep. 

There's evening about it 
Soft and still 
Where the sunset 
Always sleeps — 

In sheets of flame, 
And wells of blue, 
The turrets tower high; 

And lonely winds in passing 

Through 

Forever sigh forever sigh 

CAROL COLE '38 



BLACK AND GOLD 

(As we sing it) 

Core Us 
Soar with voyages loud end wrong 
Tour name will razor son 
Far tour hour heart beats long 
Wither oven told. 
Nowell cheerful Tub mine eye 
Mayor spear it snuff a dye 
Victor us mayfly 
Deer roll blackened old. 



DEAN SUMERAU '43 



ELISABETH BRYANS '38 



WHILE 




FADS AT TUBMAN 

Is it a hat? Friendship rings Gold initials 

on socks plus saddle oxfords .... The same plus bells 
on our shoes .... Moccasins minus socks .... knee 
length socks plus saddle oxfords .... Novelty jewelry. 




WE PLAY... 



CLOCKWISE .... 

Juniors ask President of the Board of Education, Mr. 
Fender, when Juniors will have Senior Privileges .... 
This space on the campus is reserved by sophomores 
for sophomores .... Carolyn, Ruth, and Virginia getting 
their vitamins .... There's plenty of lunch for every- 
body, but not enough room. 






NAXCY — ANNE — SARAH 



JOAN — HILDA 



RUTH — BETTY 




The children spend the afternoon 
on Broad Street. 



Which is which? Edna "takes 
off" Mr. Garrett for Kid Day 
Program. 



KID DAY 

Each Senior Class at Tubman has its Kid Day. 
an orgy of dolls, toys, and suckers. The sen- 
iors come to school dressed like very small 
girls. In the afternoon they go in groups to 
Broad Street and to the movies. At the end 
of the day, they put away childish things 
forever. 




Who is in the Mush Pot? 
Child prodigies with cameras. 



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Cold Alone Is Not Enough 



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FAVORED 

Over a Hundred Years 




Clausserfs 



BREAD and CAKE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

MILLER 

IMPERIAL, MODJESKA 

RIALTO and DREAMLAND 

THEATRES 



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SANDWICHES. DRINKS. ETC. 
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HARLEYS GROCERY | 


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The Old Print & Gift Shop 


2120 Central Ave. j 

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OLD PRINTS CHINA 


WE DELIVER 


GLASS SILVER 


PHONE 3-4419 


McCartan Street 


and Save Your Tires 




Augusta, Georgia 






TOWN TAVERN j 


David Slusky and Son 


Broad at Seventh Street 




ROOFING 




VALSPAR PAINTS 


STEAKS. CHOPS. SEA FOODS 


HARDWARE 


Breakfast, Lunch. Dinner 

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1009 Broad St. — Phone 2-4477 

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FAMILY LAUNDRY 

HOME OF GOOD CLEANING 
OFFICES: REYNOLDS ST. and WALTON WAY 

Dial 2-4687 



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WESTOVER MEMORIAL PARK 

PERPETUAL CARE 
AUGUSTA'S GARDEN OF MEMORIES 

'Where the Memory of Beautiful Lives Will Be Kept Beautiful Forever'' 



The Georgia-Carolina 
Brick and Tile Co. 

Manufacturers 
HIGH GRADE BUILDING BRICK 

Offices: 748 Reynolds St. 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



HERMAN 

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Realtors 



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League, Duvall & Powell ; 


REALTORS - 


- INSURANCE 


Herald Bldg. 


Augusta, Ga. 



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Starr Smith Motor Co. 

PLYMOUTH - DODGE 
SALES AND SERVICE 

521 Broad St. — Phone 2-7761 
Augusta, Ga. 



Jefferson Standard 
Life Insurance Co. 

603-4 S. F. C. Bldg. 
E. W. FARLOW, Dist. Mgr. 

Phone 2-7787 



Compliments of 



Hotel Richmond 



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Compliments of 

MARGARET LOTZ SHOP 

827 Greene Street — Augusta, Ga. 



Developing Printing Enlarging 

N. & W. CAMERA 
EXCHANGE 

Cameras - Photo Supplies 
Accessories - Movie Equipment 

Dial 2-4057 220 Eighth Street 

Augusta, Ga. 

The Only Exclusive Camera Store 



We Serve Only the Best Dial 2-6287 

The None Such 
Restaurant 

GUS A. SMARAGDIS. Prop. 

Augusta's Most Up-To-Date Eating 
House 

Reasonable Prices 
915 Broad Street Augusta. Ga. 



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Compliments of 



Valley Coaches, Inc. 



Augusta, Ga. 






Thomson Motor 
Co., Inc. 

824 Reynolds St. 

Augusta. Ga. 

CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH 

Sales — Service 

Phone 2-7551 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

CENTRAL 
GARDEN 
FLORISTS 

Walton Wav at Heard 



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"DRIVE BY" 



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LAUNDERERS — CLEANERS 
SAVE 15', 



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Compliments of 



SILVERS 



AIR-CONDITIONED 5 & 10c STORE 



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Murphy Stationery Co. 

SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL 
STATIONERY 



718 Broad St. 



Dial 2-2122 



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Compliments of 

Willinghcsm Automobile 
Finance Corp. 

" A HOME COMPANY FOR HOME 
FOLKS" 

Broad at Eighth — Phone 2-8894 

Augusta, Ga. 




REAL ESTATE 

RENTING - MORTGAGE LOANS 

INSURANCE 



Compliments of 

S. Donald Fortson Co. 

MILL SUPPLIES 

Phone 2-5536 
Ninth and Reynolds Streets 



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Lockhart, McAuliffe & Co. 

(Incorporated) 
ESTABLISHED 1902 

REAL ESTATE 

FIRE INSURANCE 

807 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



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Compliments of 

W. E. RAINES & CO. 

BUILDING SPECIALTIES 

Phone 2-2176 

842 REYNOLDS ST. 



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II S. R. KELLY & SON 

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MARBLE AND GRANITE 
MEMORIALS 

Phone 2-4522 

Ninth and Fenwick Sts. 



I I R. L. Sumerau & Son 

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COLUMBIA AND SEMINOLE 

BICYCLES 
Cash or Easy Terms 



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Compliments of 

PHOENIX OIL CO. 

Heating and Air Conditioning Div. 

Air Conditioning, Heating. 

Oil Burners. Stokers, Oil Burning 

Circulating Heaters and Water 

Heaters 

700 Twiggs St. Phone 2-5321 

AUGUSTA. GA. 



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Compliments of 




S. H. KRESS & CO. 




834 Broad St. 




5c - 10c and 25c STORE 


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Compliments of 

Blanchard & Calhoun 
Realty Co. 



Feedright Milling Co. 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 
"Your Friends Forever" 



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"Get the facts and you'll get a Ford" 

See and Drive the BIG New Ford 

Walker-DuRant Motor Co, 

Authorized Ford Dealer 

Phone 2-5371 — Broad at 14th St. 

Augusta. Ga. 



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Compliments of 

Augusta Roofing and 
Metal Works 

623 Reynolds Street 
Phone 2-2318 



Compliments of 

The Partridge Inn 

Open Year-Round 



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Compliments of 

Augusta Hardwood Co. 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



TWIGGS OPTICIANS 

EXCLUSIVE DISPENSERS TO EYE 
PHYSICIANS 

422-23 Southern Finance Building 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



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Optical Departments in All Stores 
Phone 2-6861 

Friedmans Jewelers 

826 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 

South's Oldest Credit Jewelers 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, 
SILVERWARE, RADIOS 



USE 



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GASOLINE 



Boardman Oil Co. 



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W. F. BURTON 

FOOD MARKET 

421 Crawford Ave. — Dial 3-4429 

If we please you, tell others, 
If not tell us. 



BUTLER'S 

BEAUTIFUL SHOES 

922 Broad Street 

Phone 2-5534 — Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Bon Air Hotel 

"A Tradition in Southern 
Hospitality" 



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BENSON'S 



Broad and 13th Sts. 



9th and Ellis Sts. 



Complimens of 

George C. Baird 
& Company 

Certified Public Accountants 
Augusta, Georgia 



The Best in Eats and Sodas will always 
be found at 

HILL'S 

DRIVE IN 

SODAS 

626 BROAD STREET 

"Augusta's Only Curb Service'' 
Parking Lot For Your Convenience 



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Compliments of 


J 


. C. PENNEY CO. 




(Incorporated) 




840-844 Broad Street 


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It Pays to Shop at Penney's" 



SOUTHEASTERN 
FUR CO. 

STORAGE 

SALES AND REPAIRS 

911 Greene St. Augusta. Ga. 



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J. S. Fox Candy Co. 




SWEETEST AND BEST 




Phone 2-8104 — Augusta, Ga. 



SPORTING GOODS 

BASKETBALL TENNIS 

BADMINTON 

Bowen Bros. Hardware 
Co. 

PHONE 2-8855 
905 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



Augusta Sporting 
Goods Company 

"EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY 
SPORT" 

210-212 Eighth Street 

PHONE 2-6007 



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STARK-EMPIRE 

LAUNDRY - CLEANING - DYEING 

Plant— Druid Park Ave. 

PHONE 3-3611 



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Wm. Schweigerr Co. 

JEWELERS 

846 Broad Street 

CHINA -GLASS -GIFTS 



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HARBINS FLORIST 

"Flowers For All Occasions" 

Walton Way at Metcalf 

PHONE 3-4406 and 3-4407 



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Drink 
ROYAL CROWN COLA 

Tops in Taste 

Royal Crown Bottling Co. 



No. 1—202 East Boundary 




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724 Broad Street 

"Where Smart People Meet Smart 
Fashions" 

A Complete Line of 

Frocks. Coats, Suits. Millinery and 

Accessories for the Junior Miss 



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Hagler 


Truck Co. 


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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

F. E. Ferris & Co. 

CLOTHES OF THE BETTER KIND 
FOR THE "BOY FRIEND" 



COOKS CLEANERS 

"WHERE CLEANING IS AN ART" 

536 Broad Phone 2-4204 

416 Thirteenth Phone 2-8331 



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Paper Napkins, Toilet Paper, Kraft Paper, Drug 

Bond, Paper Bags, Butcher Paper, Paper Trays, 

Paper Cans. Wax Paper, Twine 

Standard Paper Co. 

"WHOLESALE PAPER" 

628 Seventh Street 
Telephone 2-4415 — 2-4416 




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Sanford's Chicken 
Coop 

FRIED CHICKEN 

Pick "Yo" Pieces 

1326 Greene — Phone 2-8952 



The Cullum School 
of Lip Reading 

510 Greene Street 
AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



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BEST WISHES FROM 

Clark 
Milling Company 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



Sam Goldberg Co. 

960 Broad 

YOUNG FASHIONS 

Quality Apparel 



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Compliments 

Fifth Ave. Shoppe 

"The Latest First in Smart Apparel" 

874 Broad Street 

Phone 2-51 14 — Augusta, Ga. 



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of 

A FRIEND 



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Compliments of 

JOE'S TAXI 

"Positively White Only" 

Phone 2-7711 


McDONALD'S 
"Hill Store" 

DIAL 3-4481 

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WHEATLEY & MOBLEY 

General Contractors 

Phone 2-6722 


Dial 2-5588 

DIXIE CAB SERVICE 

"Positively White Only" 

724 Ellis St. — Augusta, Ga. 

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Compliments 

of 

BUSY BEE CAFE 


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Compliments of 
MARION THOMPSON 


Compliments of 
UNION FINANCE CO. 


Compliments of 
CHESSER AND ALLEN 


Compliments of 

STANDARD LOAN AND 
INVESTMENT CO. 


CLYDE DUNAWAY 

LaSalle — BICYCLES — Majestic 
215 12th St. — Phone 2-4208 


STOTHART'S DRUG STORE 

Partridge Inn — Augusta, Ga. 

Dial 3-5832 

Call Us For Service 


HURST BUSINESS COLLEGE 

S. F. C. Bldg. 

Complete Office Training 

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Compliments of 

FURST'S BAKE SHOP AND 
DELICATESSEN 


Compliments of 
R. E. ELLIOTT SONS 


YOUNGBLOOD'S DRUG STORE 

602 Broad Street 
Phone: 2-6404 Augusta, Ga. 


E. J. ERBELDING AND CO. 
Good Plumbing 


Good Coal All the Time 

Compliments of 

SIKES COAL AND WOOD CO. 

Wrightsboro Road at Fifteenth Street 
Phone 3-3626 


Compliments 

LOCAL FINANCE CO. 

Lobby Masonic Bldg. 

Cash Advanced on Your Signature Only i 

H. O. Tabb, Mgr. Dial 2-7161 

Compliments 

of 

GEORGIA HARDWOOD LUMBER CO. 


HOLLEMAN-MILLER COMPANY 

OFFICE SUPPLIES AND 

EQUIPMENT 

103 Eighth St. Phone 2-8119 

Augusta, Ga. 

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CULPEPPER-WALKER-GREAR 

FURNITURE CO., Inc. 

COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

1204-6 Broad St. Phone 2-4142 


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ODOM SIGN SERVICE 

G. W. ODOM 

Compliments of 

McELMURRAY-PHILLIPS 

FURNITURE CO. 

"Furniture That Endures" 

923 Broad Telephone 2-4787 

Augusta, Ga. 

L. W. Cooper F. B. Tyler 

COOPER & TYLER 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 

317 Herald Building 

Phone 2-7238 Augusta, Ga. 


PONDER'S 

DE LUXE PAINT SHOP 

Auto Painting Wrecked Car Repairing 

836 Reynolds St. — Augusta, Ga. 

PHONE 2-6757 


Compliments of 

BELL BONNET SHOP 

827 Greene Street 


PERKINS LUMBER CO. 

Yellow Pine Hardwoods 

Mill Work, Cabinet Work 

619 13th Street — Tel. 2-2429 


JOHN F. BRICKLE AND CO. 

BICYCLES AND LAWNMOWERS 

226-228 Ninth Street 


JERNIGAN HARDWARE CO. 

HARDWARE - STOVES - PAINTS 

1033-1039 Broad St. — Phone 2-6818 

Augusta, Ga. 


TUBMAN and A. R. C. 
Jewelry at 

Sfunerljngs 

910 Broad St. 


MARILYN SLIPPER SHOP 

SMART FOOTWEAR! 

SHEER HOSIERY! 

Compliments of 

BELL FINANCE COMPANY 

J. C. BLACK, Manager 

222-223 S. F. C. Building 

Augusta, Georgia 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

HOME FOLKS 
754 BROAD STREET 


Compliments of 

SHEHW/I\- WILLIAMS 

Paint and Wallpaper Headquarters 
859 Broad St. 


"BRING YOUR DIPLOMAS TO US 
FOR FRAMING" 

BAILIE FURNITURE CO. 

720 Broad St. — Phone 2-2951 


COMPLIMENTS OF 
A. A. A. HIGHWAY EXPRESS 



DORIS JEWELERS 

913 Broad St. 

Noted for Quality and Value 
LITTLE STORE — BIG REPUTATION 


THE GARRETT COMMERCIAL 
SCHOOL 

Will Fit You For 

A WORTH-WHILE POSITION 

301 to 308 Herald Building 


Compliments of 
MONTE SANO BEAUTY SHOP 

The Hill 

1426 Monte Sano Ave. 

Phone 3-7549 


Shop at 

G. R. KINNEY CO. 

SHOES FOR THE FAMILY 

872 Broad St. 


NEWTON'S SERVICE STATION 

1601 Central Avenue — Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 3-7471 


MULHERIN LUMBER CO. 

QUALITY and SERVICE 

625 13th St. — Phones 2-8351 & 2-8352 


Compliments of 
MEYER & SMITH 


Compliments of 

PEPSI - COLA 

BOTTLING CO. OF AUGUSTA 


Shop at — 

RUBEN'S 

Better Merchandise for Less Money 

RUBEN'S 

Phone 2-6671 — 916 Broad St. 


ROYAL MANUFACTURING CO. 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES 

105 8th St. 

Augusta, Georgia 


SOUTHERN WELDING CO. 

Electric and Acetylene Welding 

Auto Axles and Wheels Aligned Accurately 

623 Ellis Street — Augusta, Ga. 


J. C. ANDERSON 

MEAT MARKET AND GROCERIES 

Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables 

508 Broad Street — Phones 2-7565 — 2-7566 


Compliments of 

EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 

1201-03 Broad Street 
NEW AND USED FURNITURE 


Dial 2-6707 

BECKUM & JONES 

BETTER JEWELRY 

857 Broad Street — Augusta, Ga. 

Compliments of 

DELUXE CLEANERS 
315 Eighth Street — Dial 2-4325 


318 Ninth Street Dial 2-7271 

SOUTHERN RADIO COMPANY 

If we can't fix it — Throw it away 

EXPERT RADIO SERVICE 

Tubes — Parts 

W. J. Pooser, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 



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